Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Book Tour: Review: As The Sun Sets

 As the Sun Sets
Stephanie Fowers
Series: Twisted Tales, #3
Publication: April 2013
Genre: YA Paranormal (Faeries)


    Will it be happily ever after or the end?

    Daphne’s sister and stepsister are in big BIG trouble!

    1. It’s the third and final day
    2. Rumpelstiltskin plans to suck their powers dry
    3. The queen wants them dead
    4. The wolves switched sides
    5. The world is about to end
    6. And did they seriously expect to keep this all from Daphne?

    Oh yeah, A LOT of trouble! Daphne Starr pricks her finger on a spindle and it awakens the power that was always within her. That’s a big time no no! Now Rumpelstiltskin and some evil queen are after her. Even more annoying, the biggest player at Omak High is a shapeshifter and he goes beast on her, dragging her into a beanstalk and getting them stuck in a time-warp. He won’t stop asking her to marry him to get to her powers. I mean, give up already! Sure, it’s cool when she scores matching boots with the weirdo cat, and some cute faery guy accidentally tags along for the ride, but…

    Enough is enough already!

    Halley and Bridgette had better get her out of this—especially since she only has until the battery runs out of her cell phone before she loses…to a beast.


I received As The Sun Sets in return for an honest review as part of the tour hosted by Xpresso Book Tours. As the Sun Sets starts right after the end of At Midnight. We've learned that Daphne's not just a nice human she's also the one that will save all of faery from Rumpelstilskin who wants to suck the magic up. Daphne's kidnapped and taken to the bean-stock where she is kept by Hob's brother who hopes she will be the one to free the magic. As if that was enough she's still dealing with everything else that's happened with Bridgett and Halley will the trio be able to stop the evil and save all or Faery or will they be to late?

As the Sun Sets is the explosive conclusion to the twisted tales. I was captivated with the whole series it was very hard to put down I liked each girl that was woven into the story, and the guys aren't half bad either. I've always been a sucker for a happy ever after and As the Sun Sets delivers one of the best I've read in a long time. The story is filled with action and adventure right from the start mixing a little romance to the mix. It's fantastic series one of my new favorites which I suggest everyone who loves faery tales should check out but you have to read the trio together because they all flow together. I was so happy to hear that this was Daphne's story because she's so sweet and deserved to be part of the adventure. Awesome series I really enjoyed reading all three. 

4 out of 5 Stars

Stephanie Fowers loves bringing stories to life, and depending on her latest madcap ideas will do it through written word, song, and/ or film. She absolutely adores Bollywood and bonnet movies; i.e., BBC (which she supposes includes non-bonnet movies Sherlock and Dr. Who). Presently, she lives in Salt Lake where she's living the life of the starving artist. Stephanie plans to share more of her novels, films, and even a musical in the near future. May the adventures begin.

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With A Kiss, the first book in the Twisted Tales series is 0.99$ for a limited time on Amazon.

1 comment:

  1. Mandy, Thanks for the review. The series was so much fun to write, so I'm glad that you got just as much enjoyment out of them as I did. And heh heh, believe me, Daphne was great to write about. I had to interview girls who had yellow personalities (color code test) to get her just right. Thanks again for reading my books!